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Contractor kicked out of house for doing CO test
This is something that I have encountered over the years and something my students are experiencing.
They test a furnace and it is producing over a 1000ppm of carbon monoxide, The home owner is told it is dangerous and needs repair. The homeowner says they have never been poisoned and they think the contractor is pulling a fast one sand tells them to get out of the house. They ask the homeowner to sign their work ticket that shows the high CO reading and the homeowner refuses to sign, but you leave a copy with them.
There is no measureable CO in the house at the time. The homeowner has no CO alarm and doesn't want one.
If the homeowner is injured or dies there potentially is no valid proof that the homeowner was properly warned and in court it becomes hearsay. You are kicked out before you can turn off the furnace. What do you do??
I know what I suggested but I just wonder if anyone else here has had a similar incident and what did they do?
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